The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on May 12, 1959 · Page 2
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The OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, May 12, 1959 Pro Golfers Glad Palmer Takes A Rest OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A flock of professional golfers headed for Arkansas today, quite happy that one of their group was taking a brief vacation. That player, Arnold Palmer of Ligonier, Pa., could well aS'ord one even if he extended it for the rest of the year. He picked up $3,500 Monday for winning the $25,000 Oklahoma City Open with a IS-under-par score of 272 over the Twin Hills Country Club course. ' Palmer said he would be unable to play in the $15,000 Hot Springs Open starting Thursday and would miss the Memphis ad Louisville tournaments because of other business and the fact that he needed a rest from the tournament grind. His next appearance will be in Washington, D.C., June 1, where he will try to qualify for the National Open championship at Winged Foot at Mamaroneck, N.Y., June 11-13. Palmer's victory here boosted his bankroll to $15,490 for the year. He pocked $45,000 as the top money winner last year. The 29-year old par smasher finished with only two strokes to spare over a promising newcomer, Bob Goalby of Belleville, 111., now playing out of Crystal River, Fla. Men Bowlers Pick Officers Officers of the Ottawa Men's Bowling Association, were elected last night for the coming year. They are: Dick Smay, president; Wayne Lewis, vice president; Bill Wenthe, secretary-treasurer; and Bill Ransom and Virgil Bien, governing board. .Lewis replaces Max Thompson as vice president, and Ransom and Bien replace Merle Birckhead and Ben Nicholas. All the others were re-elected. The association is an organization designed to promote sportsmanship and more interest in bowling in Ottawa. The annual election was held at IOOF Hall. TO THE STATE MEET — Roger Schmanke (left) and Bob Lewis will compete In the pole vault In the state class AA track meet ai Wichita this weekend. Schmanke, a senior, is the defending state champion. , Prep Track Champions To Topeka This Week Bowling Bits By DELORES MOTELET Glenna Lu Whitacre rolled the high game and series at the Royal T Lanes with a 195, 537. Second high game was taken by Ruth Mock with a 190. Ruth Carlson had second high series with 511. Moore Chevrolet took high series and game with 804 and 2,389. Moore's are also top team with 113 wins. Home Inv provement is second with 72 victories. Susie Wolgast carried high average of 171, followed by Ruth Mock with a 164 average. Betty Pogue picked up the 5-10 split, Helen Wenthe walked off with high game and series at the Ottawa Bowl with 197, 512. Gloria Renfro had second high game of 190. Ruth Carlson had the second series of 500. Mann-Bell had high team game with 789 and Budge Hardware had high series of 2,216. Ottawa Savings and Loan holds the Monday night league lead with 83 wins. Unique tops the Tuesday loop with 75V4 victories. Bond's paces the Thursday league with 82 wins. Ruth Carlson carries high average of 158. Splits picked up were, Helen Wenthe, 5-10; Betty Pogue, 5-10 and Ruth Carlson, 5-6. TOPEKA (AP)-Archie San Romani Jr., already the third fastest miler in the nation's prep history, heads individual champions returning to defend titles in the 1959 Kansas high school track meet this weekend. San Romani won the Class AA mile last year in 4:20.1. His best time this season is 4:13.6. He is hopeful weather and track conditions for the state meet will give him one last opportunity to lower the national prep record of 4:13.2. Two other individual champions return in Class AA. They are Roger Schmanke, Ottawa, who won the pole vault last year at Title Bout Not To Be On Home TV NEW YORK (AP)-If you wan to see the Floyd Patterson-Inge mar Johansson heavyweight titl fight June 25 you have two choic es: 1. Go to Yankee Stadium. 2. Go to one of the some 20 theaters which will be televisin the fight live from the ringside There will be no home telev sion. Promoter Bill Rosensohn an nounced that Monday in revealin he had sold closed circuit T' rights for the fight to Teleprompt er Corp. for a minimum of $300 000. Bowling Scores JACK AND JIU, LEAGUE Frittn-O'Dell—I High 10-30—J. O'Dell, J79, 433. FoKue-Catn—3 High 10-30—B. Pogue, 178, 487. KedlclcEIIU—1 High 10—R. Rcdlck, 204. High 30—Q. Ellii, 461. Bryant-Iritis—3 High 10-30—C. FrltU. 177, 481. Wolgait-Hantom—4 High 10-30—B. Hansom, 311, 688. I/eValley-Ogle—0 High 10-30—D. Belter, 181, 826. Williams To Don Uniform Tonight BOSTON (AP) - Ted Williams, his pinched neck nerve much improved, is scheduled to be in uniform for the Boston Red Sox 1 game against the Chicago White Sox at Fenway Park tonight. Williams has been sidelined since late in the exhibition season. Full-size canister with attachments. Do you really want a bargain in ,a very fine Cleaner? 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Ud 432 130 341 131 395 127 381 ISO 4SS 115 S8G 129 332 123 : 103 347 146 42S 12-8, and Fenton Talbott, McPherson, last year's javelin winner at 202-10V4. They will be favored again this year. Schmanke has a top of 13 2%. Talbott has thrown 209-2^. In Class A, defending champions include Dale Alexander Hays, in the 100 and 220 yarc dashes; Jerry Hooker, Leoti, in the high hurdles; Bob Klein, Goodland, in the 440; and Dick Perry, Hugoton, and Mike Reynolds, Bonner Springs, who tied for last year's pole vault crown. Alexander will be a top favorite n the 100 and 220 again this year and the 440 as well. He elected to qualify in the quarter this season although he won the low hurdles crown last year. He is expected to face stiff competition from Klein in the 440 and possibly the other dashes. Klein finished fourth in the 100 in 1958 and second in the 220. Hooker will be a favorite in the high hurdles and is rated a strong contender in the lows where he finished third last season. Terr Wegmet, Belle Plaine, who fin ished second in 1958, advances t the role of favorite in the low hu dies in view of Alexander's dec sion not to defend his title in th: event. Perry and Reynolds will b joined in the pole vault by Gar Phye, Harper, third-place winne last season. In Class B, the only individua champions returning are Russe Vail, Plains, in the low hurdles and Bob Pankratz, Cassoday, i the high jump. Defending team champions i: :he meet, to be run off at Wichit; Friday and Saturday, are Wichitt East in AA, Hugoton in A am Satanta in B. For insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile* See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E. 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San Francisco's fourth - place Giants also breezed, walloping Pittsburgh 14-4 in' the only other game scheduled in the NL. Baltimore defeated Washington 7-3 in the only American League game scheduled. Norm Larker laid down the bunt that brought in the winner for the Dodgers. Don Demetef opened the ninth with a double against losing reliever Jim Hearn (0-1). A couple of walks, sandwiching a sacrifice, 1 loaded the bases. Larker then bunted perfectly on the first pitch by Ray Semproch, the Phils' fifth pitcher. The Phils had run up a 3-0 lead in three innings against Dodger starter Stan Williams, but Los Angeles tied it in the fourth on an RBI single by Duke Snider, the first hit off Jim Owens, and a two-run single by John Roseboro. Then the Phils scored six in the fifth — two on Ed Bouchee's two- out homer and the rest 'unearned on errors by Charlie Neal. The Dodgers then got three more in tha fifth and a tying three in the sixth capped by Demeter's run-scoring single. A walk, sacrifice and Junior Gilliam's single gave the Dodgers the lead for the first time, 10-9, in the seventh against Dick /Farrell, but winning reliever Art Fowler (3-2) gave up a tying home run by pinch hitter Gene Freese in the eighth. It was Preese's third hit of the season — all pinch homers. The game took S hours, 38 minutes, just 5 minutes shy of the NfL record for nine innings set by St. Louis and Chicago in 1954. The Giants, rolling .up their lighest run total of the season without benefit of a home run, were off and running with four unearned runs in the fourth against loser Bennie Daniels (0-1). They got six in the sixth, with Bob Schmidt socking his second two-run double of the game. Jack San ford (5-2) was the winner, blanking the Bucs on four tiits until the seventh, wh^n Ted Kluszewski doubled and Bob Skinner homered. Klu's second double counted another in the eighth, and Dick Stuart hit a pinch homer in the ninth. Bob Buhl gained his first victory for the Braves, but gave way to a pinch hitter iri a five-run eighth. Buhl (1-1) had a three-hit shutout until the seventh, when Bobby Thomson doubled and pinch hitter Dale Long singled with two out. Johnny Logan and Ed Mathews hit solo homers off loser Moe Drabowsky (1-3). Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH Wild Mart Comfort FASTEKTH, » pleasant alkaline (non-acid) powder, holds false teeth more firmly. To eat and talk in more comfort, just iprlnU* a little FAS- TEETH on your plates. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Checks "plateodor" (dentur* breath). Get FASTEETH at any drug counter Red China Wants Back In Olympics NEW YORK (AP) - Avery Brtindage, president of the international Olympic Committee, smiled today and recalled Communist China's promise of a year ago. 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